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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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... returning to Our Chalet.
Dinner was Ratatouille and Roschti (grated potatoes baked with cheese). And Eton Mess for dessert.
For our evening program, a local man named Cody came and played the Alpine horn. It was really interesting. And then we played Jeopardy - all about Switzerland. We ended the evening with delicious fondue.
Tomorrow we are off to ...
... entrance is via an inclined lift section hollowed out in the rock. All of this is to the usual Swiss standard i.e. quality concrete, very substantial walkways and handrails plus double insulated electrics and lots of Earth bonding wires, just in case.
The pictures (and videos if I can upload any) will hopefully do it justice.
Major disappointment in the shop which had lots of serviette packets but made very little of the Trummelbach brand (they need to get their ...
... trees, footpaths, rooftops.. Magnificent! We even witnessed mini-avalanches, waterfall on the mountains with rainbow in the middle. It was pretty amazing. I've come to the conclusion that anything and everything looks good with snow on top.
I have to admit, despite walking on pretty much a straight footpath with just one turn across the field full of snow to head onto another footpath, James and I got ...
... just wholey ****! The view from the helicopter was insane, I got to go right up close to the snow, not touch it but man it was awesome. Then we went even higher and higher until finally it was time. They opened the door and I had to stand on the edge outside while the man got ready then he just jumped out. It was a 45 second free fall. I was just flat on my tummy looking down at the ground far far below. It was so scary and at ...
... just have to wait for the next one if you miss it! This was great for me because I hate it when trains, buses, ferries are late and I also don’t like waiting around! From Brienz we crossed the street to the station heading up to the Rothorn. On the tracks there was a green engine steaming away and two red cars with neat windows that lifted up in front of it. We hopped in the front car with hopes of being able to get some pictures of the engine as the ...